The hosts aren't getting any room to breathe and Messi is being swarmed by defenders when he picks up the ball. Credit where it's due for Roma, who have done fantastically to quell Barcelona's stellar attack this evening. First substitution of the game sees Pellegrini replaced by Gonalons. Guía temporada a temporada, con detalladas estadísticas históricas y vídeos con los resúmenes de todas las finales hasta la fecha. It's gone again. SAVE! Season-by-season guide, extensive all-time stats, ... 03/04/2018 Live Barcelona v Roma: line-ups, Fantasy tips, form guide. They've deserved more this evening and this gives them something to cling to, as long as they hold firm defensively. Live Coverage of Roma vs. Barcelona Tuesday, April 10, 2018 on MSN Sports Better! POST! He'll have to settle for an assist for now though. Eusebio Di Francesco's side will know the mammoth task ahead of them but they could cause some issues over two legs. Manolas claimed before the match there is "no way" to stop Messi, but the centre-back continued to effectively restrict Barca's main man, although he was able to tee up Suarez for an effort Alisson saved well. Luis Suarez scored in the Champions League for the first time this season as Barcelona, aided by two own goals, took a commanding 4-1 first-leg lead against Roma in their quarter-final. Barcelona XI: Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Nelson Semedo, Gerard Pique, Samuel Umtiti, Jordi Alba; Sergi Roberto, Sergio Busquets, Ivan Rakitic, Andres Iniesta; Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez. Something from nothing for Barcelona! Third and final change for Roma, as De Rossi is replaced by Defrel. It felt like a goal was coming but that's an extremely cruel way for Barcelona to take the lead, a complete fluke and hopefully not one that takes the sail out of Roma's sails. There's plenty to work on ahead of the second-leg next week but a 4-1 advantage puts them in complete control. It's another scrappy goal but Suarez finally nets his first Champions League goal of the season. Any concerns that Roma would sit back to soak up pressure and focus on defending are out the window already, as the visitors are showing plenty of intent. KICK-OFF! Not the best of starts from Barcelona, encouraging Roma to push forward, but it's yet to fall for the Italians in an attacking aspect. This time ter Stegen easily clutches onto the ball. Final change for Barcelona and Iniesta, as expected, doesn't complete the full 90. Messi and Rakitic combined superbly to find room to fire a dangerous delivery into the middle, which in the end results in what's likely to be a decisive goal in the tie. Roma showing intent, Barcelona with flashes of brilliance. Have your say on the game in the comments. Barcelona keeping the ball with ease as there is no pressure from Roma, a stark contrast to how the Serie A outfit initially approached the game. Final whistle at Camp Nou!FC Barcelona 4-1 RomaDe Rossi (og), Manolas (og), Piqué and Luis Suárez / DzekoCome on Barça!#BarçaRoma #ForçaBarça pic.twitter.com/EvB235mruS. GOAL! Roma need a miracle now. The danger is that it could get worse as there's still plenty of time to play. An away goal would give them a chance of turning the tie around in the second-leg but you have to feel that Barcelona now have one foot firmly in the semi-final draw, despite the fact we still have two hours of football to play in the tie. However, it didn't all go the way of Ernesto Valverde's side and they had to struggle to find an opening, benefitting from own goals from Daniele De Rossi and Kostas Manolas. Really disappointing from Barcelona so far as, barring a few flashes of excitement, they've been extremely flat. Messi flicks the ball behind to Suarez, who drives across goal towards the far post but is prevented by a fine save from Alisson. 3-0 at the Stadio Olimpico against this Barcelona side seems impossible. Barcelona vs Roma: Resumen, resultado y goles International Champions Cup 2018. The Champions League last night was full of drama, the other game this evening appears to be on the same path. Goal 50 Revealed: The best 50 players in the world, Arteta must start taking his share of the blame for awful Arsenal displays, Cavani's killer instinct can kickstart misfiring Man Utd's season, Arsenal's £50m bargain: The Hale End academy revolution underpinning Arteta's rebuild, A thousand matches and counting: How Abramovich's Chelsea takeover changed football forever. Pellegrini elects for a low drive but it's blocked and cleared. The Uruguay international last found the back of the net in Europe in last term's incredible 6-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain, but he restored Barca's three-goal cushion in the 87th minute after Edin Dzeko grabbed a late away goal. 2-0 at the Stadio Olimpico would be incredibly difficult but it wouldn't be impossible. It really does feel like we're on the verge of something. Roma did fantastically to quell Barcelona for the majority of the match and fell behind in cruel circumstances, as Daniele De Rossi diverted the ball into his own net. It fell on a plate to Pique though, who tucked home with ease. El Barsa sin Messi es muy poco. A tough lesson for the Italians tonight. It falls to Rakitic though, who fires an effort off a defender and behind for a corner. A sloppy start from the hosts, with the atmosphere being full of expectation rather than excitement. Good evening and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Champions League quarter-final first-leg between Barcelona and Roma, where the hosts will be looking to maintain their stellar European form and their Italian opponents will be dreaming of an upset. Second change of the night for Barcelona, who replace Sergi Roberto with Andre Gomes. Perhaps the most eye catching selection though is Florenzi, playing much further forward to where we're used to watching him play. The visitors cannot afford to rest on their laurels but will be pleased with proceedings so far. Ernesto Valverde welcomed Lionel Messi, the match-winner against Chelsea in the previous stage, back into his starting XI following injury, but the Catalan side toiled until Roma shot themselves in the foot either side of half-time. The third goal followed four minutes later when Pique charged forward and tapped into the net when Alisson parried from Suarez. A big moment as Roma break, Dzeko running into the box and tumbling to ground under pressure from Umtiti. Dzeko is seeing a lot of the ball in the opening exchanges but he is having to drop fairly deep to pick up possession. Manolas dived in front of Samuel Umtiti in the area - after Messi combined with Rakitic - but clumsily bundled the ball against his own post and over the line. There was barely any contact though and the referee is right to wave away the protests. Roma rallied late on and looked to have salvaged some interest in the tie, Dzeko holding off Alba to slide Perotti's pass into the bottom-left corner. Disfruta de la crónica y de los mejores vídeos e imágenes del partido Roma vs Barcelona de Champions League en MARCA.com. Messi was involved on both occasions as Daniele De Rossi and Kostas Manolas put through their own net, settling what had been a rather nervy Camp Nou. He keeps going, trying to work his way into the box, and is eventually tackled. GOAL! MISS! GOAL! All it takes is one moment of magic, as it feels like the game could open up at any moment. Florenzi and the Brazilian are linking up well down the far side but the final ball has been lacking so far. The hosts are pinging the ball around as we've all come to expect now though. Umtiti hits the post and the rebound is sent into his own net by Manolas. We're underway in Catalonia! Roma's early resolve was admirable in the absence of injured duo Radja Nainggolan and Cengiz Under, but they look to have too much to do back in Italy, with the chances of Eusebio Di Francesco's men mustering the firepower to down the LaLiga leaders extremely slim. Further changes certainly afoot and Iniesta is more than likely going to make way soon, as he doesn't finish 90 minutes often these days. It's cruel for it to be another own goal but the corner routine on the far side was brilliant. No stoppage time at the end of the first period after what has been a largely quiet half. An away goal would be incredibly valuable though. Roma make two changes to the side that beat Shakhtar Donetsk last time out, bringing in Bruno Peres and Pellegrini. First yellow card of the evening is issued to Kolarov, after he catches Messi from behind. It almost feels like a pre-season game. It really hasn't gone their way this evening. The goal was a freak moment and may prove to be a bitter blow for the Italians, although they'll still fancy their chances of they keep the deficit at just a single goal. ... #26 10/04/2018 23:11 horas. A fierce effort but straight at the Brazilian, who gobbles up the ball at the second time of asking. The Argentine looked poised to fire home but the visiting defence has other ideas. That Perotti chance in the opening minute of the second half now looks even more crucial, he'll certainly have a sleepness night tonight thinking about what might have been.
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